Weatherford Democrat

October 13, 2013

Area-state high school football results - Oct. 13, 2013


Weatherford Democrat

— Aledo hangs 84 on Chaps

Staff Report

Ryan Newsome’s 89-yard opening kickoff return set the precedent of early and often Bearcats scoring in a District 7-4A contest played at Herman Clark Stadium on Friday. Aledo moved to 3-0 in district play while man-handling Fort Worth’s O.D. Wyatt Chaparrals, 84-7.

Aledo spread the touchdown wealth, with six players figuring into the 12-TD night. Running back Jess Anders had four rushing scores, with Aaron Vidrine adding three more on the ground.

The Bearcats topped 450 yards rushing on the night, with four different ball carriers gaining more than 80 yards each. Vidrine led the charge, averaging 11 yards per touch for 99 total yards. Newsome and Isaiah Mallory  also topped 90, with 93 and 91 respectively.

Aledo quarterback Luke Bishop found six different receivers in the contest, finishing with a 10 for 14 performance through the air that included touchdown passes to John Whatley, Taco Anderson and Daythan Davis. With standby QB Chris Reed’s two completions in as many attempts, the Bearcats covered 140 yards through the air.

The Aledo defense held the Chaps to less than 220 yards of total offense as the Bearcats continue to dominate the district competition.

Aledo returns to Bearcat Stadium on Friday, hosting FW Western Hills (0-3, 0-6) in a 7:30 p.m. game.    

 

Mildred’s quick start leads to pummeling of Bulldogs 

Staff Report

Corsicana Mildred scored its first touchdown of the night with a 9-yard run by Dralon Sterling, but went to the air for three more first-quarter TD’s as the Eagles swamped Millsap, 70-14, in a District 6-2A, Div. II bout in Corsicana on Friday.

With the Bulldogs’ Jaxon Martin pressed into service at quarterback, Millsap got on the board with a 1-yard plunge by Martin in the second quarter. But Mildred’s 450  yards of total offense was too much for the Bulldogs to overcome as Millsap fell to 1-2 in district play.

Millsap running back Morgen DePriest broke free for a 37-yard TD run in the final quarter to cap the scoring for the night. Mitchell Coker added both PAT’s for the Bulldogs.

After two tough weeks on the road, Millsap returns home on Friday with hopes of evening its district record to stay in the mix. The Millsap Bulldogs will host the Rice Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m.    

 

Second half miscues prove costly for Porcupines

Staff Report

For a second year in a row, Springtown held its own against a potent Kennedale offense only to see its fortunes fade in the second half in a District 6-3A match at home against the Wildcats on Friday.

Knotted 28-all at the half, the Porcupines fell prey to a 21-point burst from Kennedale in the third quarter, losing their district opener, 56-28. The Wildcats won the turnover battle in an other-wise statistical wash, with both teams generating just over 500 total yards each.

Pojo held the first-quarter lead by a touchdown after Springtown quarterback Landry Turner found wideout Dillon Springfield on TD tosses of 6 and 23 yards. Scoring twice more in the second quarter, Springtown saw the Wildcats get their offense busy, scoring 20 points to even the score before the half.

Even with four more district contests remaining, the loss may have relegated Pojo to another runner-up spot in the final standings, with both teams apt to hold serve for the balance of the slate.

Springtown will play the first of those remaining district tilts on Friday, traveling to take on the Castleberry Lions. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.   

  

CLASS 5A

 

Abilene Cooper 49, Midland 14

Allen 62, Plano East 17

Arlington Bowie 70, North Crowley 0

Arlington Lamar 49, Arlington Houston 19

Arlington Martin 66, FW Paschal 20

Cedar Hill 35, South Grand Prairie 24

Coppell 24, Lewisville Hebron 14

Dallas Jesuit 71, Dallas White 34

Dallas Skyline 35, Richardson Pearce 7

Denton Ryan 13, Lewisville Marcus 10

DeSoto 55, Mansfield Timberview 20

Duncanville 37, Grand Prairie 33

Euless Trinity 43, Irving Nimitz 7

Lakeview Centennial 24, So. Garland 23

Garland Naaman Forest 41, No. Garland 14

Garland Sachse 57, Garland Rowlett 31

Hurst Bell 50, Carrollton Turner 14

Irving 33, Grapevine 7

Justin Northwest 48, FW Haltom 14

Keller Central 38, Keller Timber Creek 20

Keller Fossil Ridge 44, Keller 14

Lewisville 25, Flower Mound 23

McKinney Boyd 42, Plano West 21

Mansfield 19, Midlothian 7

Mesquite 31, Mesquite Horn 17

Midland Lee 53, Abilene 51

North Mesquite 42, Rockwall 10

Odessa 58, Lubbock Coronado 35

Plano 28, McKinney 7

Richardson Berkner 40, Dallas Sunset 0

Southlake Carroll 48, N. Richland Hills 9

 

CLASS 4A

 

Arlington Seguin 48, Lancaster 42

Azle 36, FW Brewer 33

Burleson 28, Cleburne 20

Burleson Centennial 44, Joshua 14

Carrollton Creekview 31, Forney 0

Carrollton Smith 57, Terrell 16

Crowley 52, Waco 21

Dallas Adams 26, Dallas Hillcrest 14

Dallas Carter 63, Dallas Molina 7

Highland Park 41, Mesquite Poteet 26

Dallas Jefferson 15, Dallas Spruce 8

Dallas Kimball 55, Dallas Adamson 0

Dallas Lincoln 26, Dallas Samuell 20

Dallas Pinkston 59, North Dallas 0

Dallas South Oak Cliff 24, Seagoville 20

Dallas Wilson 41, Dallas Conrad 0

Denton Guyer 34, Byron Nelson 14

Everman 44, Waco University 14

Frisco 41, Little Elm 14

Frisco Centennial 31, Frisco Liberty 6

Frisco Wakeland 38, Prosper 24

FW Arl. Heights 40, FW So. Hills 16

FW Southwest 72, FW Trimble Tech 14

FW North Side 10, FW Polytechnic 7

Granbury 49, FW Western Hills 30

The Colony 41, Frisco Heritage 21

Mansfield Legacy 51, Waxahachie 3

Mansflsd Summit 35, Mansfld Lake Ridge 28

McKinney North 48, Lucas Lovejoy 45

NRH Birdville 57, FW Eastern Hills 6

Saginaw 28, FW Chisholm Trail 6

Sag. Boswell 55, FW Carter-Riverside 0

Tyler 51, Corsicana 22

West Mesquite 44, North Forney 13

WF Rider 45, Lake Dallas 14

Wichita Falls 41, Denton 21

 

CLASS 3A

 

Alvarado 58, Hillsboro 21

Brownwood 36, Burnet 31

Dallas Prime Prep 34, Legion, Okla. 8

FW Castleberry 24, Mineral Wells 21

Gainesville 48, Decatur 23

Graham 49, Vernon 20

Krum 21, Bridgeport 10

Lake Worth 60, FW Diamond Hill 7

Stephenville 56, Glen Rose 22

WF Hirschi 35, Burkburnett 28

 

CLASS 2A

 

Blooming Grove 20, Dal. Life Oak Cliff 0

Boyd 41, Callisburg 27

Cisco 64, Hawley 12

Comanche 61, Dublin 14

Crawford 48, Moody 6

Eastland 59, Breckenridge 14

Godley 63, Red Oak Life 28

Grandview 74, Whitney 27

Gunter 48, Bells 7

Henrietta 34, Holliday 13

Jacksboro 55, WF City View 21

Paradise 13, Bowie 10

Pilot Point 20, Ponder 12

Rice 34, Rio Vista 22

Scurry-Rosser 41, Tolar 14

Sunnyvale 31, Commerce 21

Winnsboro 78, Grand Saline 21

 

CLASS 1A

 

Blum 66, Coolidge 42

Gorman 36, Ranger 30

Hubbard 64, Frost 0

Italy 46, Itasca 6

Muenster 52, Electra 7

Munday 27, Perrin-Whitt 21

Santo 48, San Saba 35

Seymour 60, Olney 14

Stamford 54, Winters 12

Windthorst 20, Archer City 19

 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS/ SIX-MAN

 

Abilene Christian 74, Strawn 64

Addison Trinity 42, Dal. Bishop Lynch 28

Liberty Christian 30,  Bishop Dunne 27

Arl. Grace Prep 21, Arl. Pantego Chrstn 7

Arlington Oakridge 42, Dallas Greenhill 14

Dallas Academy 70, Irving Universal 51

Dal. Christian 49, Prince of Peace 0

Dallas First Baptist 64, Dallas Lutheran 0

Dal. Parish Episcopal 51, Tyler Gorman 25

Dallas St. Mark 55, Dallas Episcopal 35

Legacy Christian 50, FM Coram Deo 6

FW All Saints 51, Holland Hall, Okla. 3

FW Nazarene 65, Willow Park Trinity 60

Garland Christian 34, Irving- Highlands 19

Johnson County 59, DWC Home 14

MW Comm Christian 65, Azle Christian 25

Weatherford Home 48, Arl. Newman 0

WF Christian 58, Forestburg 12

WF Notre Dame 76, G.Bury Happy Hill 26